Miro is the online collaborative whiteboard platform that enables teams work effectively together, from brainstorming with digital sticky notes to planning and managing agile workflows. It has deep integrations with Microsoft Ecosystem, Atlassian Ecosystem, Slack, Box, DropBox, Sketch, and more to make your team collaboration more productive.

What is Miro and How to Use Miro for Virtual Collaboration

With more work being done remotely, it’s more important than ever for teams to be able to successfully communicate and collaborate together. Thankfully, there are many amazing collaboration, task management, communication, and more software tools out there that can make this easy to accomplish. One such tool is Miro, who we feature on our design thinking software guide. Miro is a digital “whiteboard” platform that can make it easy to brainstorm and collaborate with members of your team or innovation program. In this post, we’ll provide a brief introduction to this tool and provide some tutorials you can use to successfully implement the tool in your own workflow processes.

An Overview of Miro - Our Favorite Tool for Remote Collaboration

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